U-ART 1.9-inch accelerated ribbon tweeter with HPS waveguide Polypropylene 7-inch woofer and rear-firing bass-reflex port 70W cumulated amplifier power RMS 39 Hz – 25 kHz (-6 dB) frequency response DSP-powered crossover design Spacious rear-firing bass reflex port Analog inputs over XLR and RCA
ADAM AUDIO T7V
The T7V features a 7” woofer that provides bass extension down to 39 Hz, while the U-ART tweeter’s diaphragm provides pristine and extended high-frequency response up to 25 kHz – virtually unheard of in monitors in this price range. The U-ART tweeter is fitted to a precision waveguide with the same dispersion-control attributes as the High Frequency Propagation (HPS) waveguide used in ADAM Audio’s flagship S Series studio monitors. The waveguide’s highly uniform dispersion of high frequencies provides an incredibly wide sweet spot that frees you from being glued to a rigid mix position while working.
On the rear side of the T7V’s beveled cabinet, a rear-firing bass reflex port joins a sturdy metal backplate that’s home to the analog input connections. The U-ART tweeter is powered by a 20 W Class-D amp, while a 50 W Class-D amp serves the woofer. These new powerhouses yield an impressive maximum of 110 dB SPL per pair.
The wide frequency response, high dynamic range, excellent transient response, wide sweet spot and small footprints make the T7V perfectly suited for use in small control rooms for music production, video post-production and broadcast production – a great fit for the modest budgets that many facilities need to work with.
The ADAM Audio T10 subwoofer is the perfect match to complement the T7V to extend the capabilities of monitoring in the bottom end.
U-ART 1.9” Accelerated Ribbon Tweeter with HPS Waveguide
Polypropylene 7” woofer and rear-firing bass-reflex port
Total RMS Amp. Power: 70 W
Frequency Response: 39 Hz – 25 kHz (-6 dB)
Max. SPL Per Pair at 1 m: ≥110 dB
“In summary, the T7V comes highly recommended as a nearfield monitor for those on a budget, for compact surround systems or use in the home.”